Stephanie, Stephana

Origin: English, German Meaning: feminine forms of Stephan, meaning crown Variants: Stefanie, Stefani

Amar, ‘Ammar

Origin: Indian, Bosnian, Arabic Meaning: it means immortal in Sanskrit while it’s also the Bosnian form of Arabic ‘Ammar, meaning pious, virtuous


Origin: English Meaning: diminutive of Margaret, meaning pearl Variants: Meggy


Origin: English, French, Dutch, German Meaning: bright pledge or shining pledge


Origin: Greek, English Meaning: to sparkle


Origin: English Meaning: either from the fertile valley or one who lives near Tillingdown (or Tilmund’s hill)


Origin: French Meaning: French form of Greek Zenobia, meaning “life of Zeus”

Claud, Claude

Origin: English, French Meaning: form of Claudius, meaning lame, crippled


Origin: English Meaning: diminutive of Theresa, its meaning uncertain but possibly derived from Greek theros (summer) or from Greek therizo (to harvest)


Origin: English, French, German, Polish, Dutch Meaning: noble, bright


Origin: Roman via Etruscan origins Meaning: perhaps stemming from an Italic moon goddess *Meneswā (‘She who measures’), or perhaps linked by the Romans to the Latin men-, meaning mind or intellect (as according to Wikipedia)


Origin: English, Hebrew, Biblical Meaning: my God is Yahweh


Origin: Indian Meaning: feminine form of Anil, meaning “air, wind”

Arya, Aria

Origin: Indian, English Meaning: spelled Arya it’s an Indian name meaning ‘honorable, noble”. Spelled Aria it becomes a music word referring to a melody which means “air” in Greek and Latin and refers to a style of singing.


Origin: Germanic Meaning: form of Attila, meaning little father


Origin: Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, English, German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Czech, Slovene, Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian, Russian, Georgian, Biblical Meaning: form of Eve, meaning to breathe or to live


Origin: Danish, Norwegian, German, English, Armenian Meaning: it’s a Danish form of Katherine which could mean “pure, chaste” from the Greek katharos; or it could come from hekateros, “each of the two; singly”; or from Greek aikia meaning “torture”. It could also be a Coptic name meaning “my consecration of your name”. It’s also a masculine…


Origin: Finnish Meaning: Finnish form of Ingrid, meaning Ing is beautiful


Origin: Hebrew, English, Dutch, Biblical Meaning: father of many; father of multitude